Free Training – Partnering with your Community to Preserve Your Neighborhoods

When: November 12, 2020 | 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM EST

Course: Partnering with your Community to Preserve Your Neighborhoods - The Monrovia Area Partnership (MAP) Program


No one can do everything, but everyone can do something, and together we can change the world.

Code Enforcement is an important profession and a powerful tool that is made stronger through community building and partnerships. Those partners come in many forms such as your co-workers in your various city departments, local non-profit organizations, churches, and most importantly your residents. The various programs offered by the MAP Program all promote community engagement and partnering together for a better city for all.

This course is presented by:

Sheila Spicer-Batice has worked with the City of Monrovia, CA for 38 years and currently serves as Neighborhood & Business Services Division Manager.

Aleks Akopyan has worked for the City of Monrovia for 7 years and currently serves as the Neighborhood Services Program Coordinator.

The Neighborhood & Business Services Division's services include code enforcement, business licensing, and the Monrovia Area Partnership (MAP) Program. MAP is an award-winning program focused on community engagement with an emphasis on education and partnership. MAP's Adult and Youth Leadership Academies are key components of the program that assist with community building.

More information:

This is free training for code enforcement professionals interested in developing a community partnership program.

The Monrovia Area Partnership (MAP) is an award-winning program that is a great example of how Code Enforcement can positively impact a community and have a positive and long-lasting results.

Please be our guest to welcome the City of Monrovia to give us a little history on how this program evolved and how it continues to positively impact their community.

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